Manufacturing Equipment Maintenance Technician
This job opportunity is ideal for separating / newly separated E-4 to E-6 personnel with an electronics military occupational specialty background. Navy Combat Systems Ratings have proven particularly suited.
BLUF: We seek a Manufacturing Equipment Maintenance Technician (Thin Films) who will be responsible for multiple activities in support of manufacturing, to join our client’s facility located in South Portland, ME.
Military Talent Source seeks a Manufacturing Equipment Maintenance Technician (Thin Films) who will be responsible for multiple activities in support of manufacturing including: maintenance of semiconductor equipment, processes and measurement tools. Our client is a Fortune 500 semiconductors supplier company. Products include power and signal management, logic, discrete, and custom devices for automotive, communications, computing, consumer, industrial, LED lighting, medical, military/aerospace and power applications. Client runs a network of manufacturing facilities, sales offices and design centers in North America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific regions.
Must be available and able to work night shifts, rotating 3-day on/3-day off schedule. (Candidate will need to be flexible to train on day shift)
Responsibilities & Duties:
- Ability to troubleshoot, repair, maintain, and perform preventative maintenance procedures on equipment used in the manufacture of semiconductor devices.
- Work in an environment where toxic gas, high voltage, and kinetic energy hazards exist.
- Work as part of a team, with operators and engineers to identify problems and their solutions.
- Apply knowledge of fundamental concepts and practices of electronics and microelectronics, as well as statistical process control concepts, to maintenance of semiconductor equipment and processes.
- Demonstrated mechanical aptitude; this is required to learn/perform assigned maintenance tasks.
- Work in a cleanroom where the purity of the air must be kept at a maximum level for the protection of the in-process wafers. Must be able to adhere to strict apparel regulations that prohibit the use of perfume, cologne, hairspray, fingernail polish, and make-up of any kind; also prohibited is the wearing of contact lenses, dresses and any open toe or heel shoes.
- Troubleshoot and repair electromechanical systems that include servo motors and controllers, stepper motors and controllers, AC motors and controllers, and DC motors and controllers.
- Troubleshoot and repair electro pneumatic systems that include solenoid valves, gate valves, high vacuum isolation valves, and pneumatic logic circuits.
- Work within a clean room environment that requires the wearing of a smock, hood, booties, latex/nitrile gloves and safety glasses.
- Requires the use of airline respirator.
- Requires occasional wearing of personal protective equipment including, but not limited to: aprons, gauntlets, and full face masks.
Education, Experience & Certifications:
- Associate’s degree in electronic or electromechanical sciences or equivalent; or military electronic degree/background.
Qualifications & Skills:
- Previous equipment maintenance background is preferred.
- Capable of standing for at least 75% of the time during any particular shift.
- Capable of working with and around chemicals (safety training is provided).
- Shift Flexibility
- Capable of cross training (learning more than one job or operation) and multi tasking.
- Organization skills and the ability to prioritize one’s work.
Client offers excellent benefits.
Equal Opportunity Employer.
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